If someone has guardianship or power of attorney?

over an elderly relative does that give them the right to throw the elderly person in a nursing home . and to have that elderly person to pay for staying at that nursing home with her own money.and right before she was thrown into the nursing the guardian / three other co conspirators moved the elderly lady table /... show more over an elderly relative does that give them the right to throw the elderly person in a nursing home . and to have that elderly person to pay for staying at that nursing home with her own money.and right before she was thrown into the nursing the guardian / three other co conspirators moved the elderly lady table / dresser out of her home / moved their funiture / clothes / etc into her home.in the meantime the guardian has been spending this lady money like crazy.when they put her into this nursing home the guardian kept her id / checkbook / credit card / address book.and did'nt tell any family members where she was at. my question is this is'nt this fraud / what action can be taken to stop four people from running thru all of this womans money.and can she add asomeone else as a guardian /or as a power of attorney.
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